In general, no. In parts, and in places, yes, in my opinion.
The Milwaukee Diocese is about to release its papers related to 20 some priests with child abuse issues. It will include what the clergy hierarchy said and how it responded. These will, apparently, include several reassignments of clergy with records of abuse.
This not about abuse being more common among clergy than among other professions. It is about keeping secret a practice that occurred several times in many dioceses. It is about a set of lay supporters who allowed, even admired, a system that made keeping such terrible events secret.
Lay people who supported the system of unaccountability, who believed, and still believe there was some kind powers or authority granted the first pope, Peter, that has been passed down to today, hold some responsibility. Each person who does not support the system could have, and still can, withhold contributions.
I suppose some here will say, “Oh, what about the communists? What about atheist governments.” I did not give the communists a dime. Nor, did I give Hitler a dime. Terrible atheist governments have nothing to do with a terrible system that allows clergy to abuse and not report.
The parts of the Catholic church, and other branches of Christianity, that are cult like are those which demand certain people be allowed to conduct harmful behavior, to take advantage of those less powerful, and not be required to report to law enforcement or its membership.